What is positive thinking?

Positive psychology is the study of happiness. Psychology has traditionally focused on dysfunction—people with mental illness or other issues—and how to treat it. Positive psychology, in contrast, is a field that examines how ordinary people can become happier and more fulfilled.
Positive psychology is the scientific study of what makes life most worth living. It is a call for psychological science and practice to be as concerned with strength as with weakness; as interested in building the best things in life as in repairing the worst; and as concerned with making the lives of normal people fulfilling as with healing pathology.
Positive psychology is psychology-psychology is science-and science require checking theories against evidence. Accordingly, positive psychology is not to be confused with untested self-help, footless affirmation, or secular religion-no matter how good these may make us feel. Positive psychology is neither a recycled version of the power of positive thinking nor a sequel to the secret.

The benefits of Positive Psychology

Positive emotions: can help you achieve goals, overcome challenges, and perform more effectively.
Strengths identification and development:
To build confidence and motivation
To be helped regularly using your strengths for being more engaged and happier at work.
To be help for goals setting: pursuing personally meaningful goals leads to greater self-esteem, sense of purpose and ability to deal with challenges – to be more resilient with any kind of work.

Building hope:
Research suggests that a hopeful outlook limits negative thinking and enhances performance. Positive psychology coaching builds on the WILL power and WAY power of hope to help clients improve the belief in their abilities and determine the best options for moving ahead.
Positive psychology coaching combines the best of coaching methodology and scientific research to transform the lives of coaching clients.
And many more…..

What is EFT

EFT is an emotional version of acupuncture. While related to acupuncture, EFT does not use needles. Instead, we use a simple two pronged process wherein we (1) mentally “tune in” to specific issues while (2) stimulating certain meridian points on the body by tapping on them with our fingertips.
Emotional Freedom Techniques, or EFT (often known as Tapping or EFT Tapping), is a universal healing tool that can provide impressive results for physical, emotional, and performance issues. EFT operates on the premise that no matter what part of your life needs improvement, there are unresolved emotional issues in the way. Even for physical issues, chronic pain, or diagnosed conditions, it is common knowledge that any kind of emotional stress can impede the natural healing potential of the human body.
In many cases, EFT can be applied directly to physical symptoms for relief without exploring any emotional contributors. However, for the most powerful, longest lasting results with EFT, we do expect to identify and target related emotional issues.
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The benefits of EFT

The EFT premise also includes the understanding that the more unresolved emotional issues you can clear, the more peace and emotional freedom you will have in your life. The Personal Peace Procedure (discussed later) is the tool you need to get there, limiting beliefs can vanish, personal performance can soar, relationships can thrive, and vibrant physical health can be yours. If we’re being realistic, everyone on this planet has at least a few emotional issues holding them back from pure, limitless happiness.
With that in mind, EFT can be an ongoing process that we use to clear out the old traumas, and welcome any new challenges with a healthy, productive attitude. The core EFT instruction in this Tutorial will start with the basic tapping process and take you all the way to the Personal Peace Procedure. We welcome anyone and everyone to use these tools for as much peace and freedom as they can imagine.

In summary, EFT works well with:

  1. Fears and Phobias
  2. Pain Management
  3. Weight Loss / Eating Disorders
  4. Children’s Issues
  5. Animal Issues
  6. Addictions / Obsessions
  7. Allergies
  8. Trauma / PTSD
  9. Insomnia / Sleep Problems
  10. Relationship Problems
  11. Learning & Study Problems
  12. Self-Esteem Issues
  13. Rage and Anger
  14. Performance Anxiety (Public Speaking / Sports / Theatrical & Musical Performances)
  15. Depression
  16. Eliminate craving
  17. Anxiety
  18. Having abundance and success